Rotary Lobe Pumps  

Rotary Lobe Pumps

Rotary lobe pumps offer superb sanitary qualities, high efficiency, reliability, corrosion resistance, and good clean-in-place and sterilise-in-place (CIP/SIP) characteristics. They can handle high viscosity fluids and solids without damaging them.

How does a lobe pump works? Lobe pumps work similarly to gear pumps except that the lobes do not come in contact with each other. In addition, lobe pumps have larger pumping chambers than gear pumps, which enable them to transfer slurries. They also tend to move slower in order to handle shear-sensitive materials. The pump housings and lobe vanes are available in multiple material combinations. Lobe pumps are known for their long running lives.

Allied Pumps is an official distributor of Borger lobe pumps and supports the full Boerger lobe range of pumps and spare parts.


  • ONIXline Rotary Lobe Pumps

    Börger has drawn on its 25 years of experience in rotary lobe pump construction to develop the new ONIXline pump.

    At the heart of the pump are the newly developed rotors. Their advanced geometry together with the flow-optimized pump casing ensure the best efficiency even with high pressures.

    The ONIXline rotary lobe pump is used in place of other pumping systems that have reached their limits.

  • Börger Rotary Lobe Pumps

    Börger is a leading manufacturer of elastomer coated Rotary Lube Pumps.

    Börger Rotary Lube Pumps contain patented technology, offering a range of rotor shapes and construction materials, dependent upon the application.

    Due to the solid construction, Börger Rotary Lube Pumps are easy to maintain and service and are suitable for a diversity of difficult applications; mining; chemical, ceramic and oil industry; pulp and paper; wastewater; sludge and biosolids; marine and oil spill industry; food processing; sugar and starch industry; soap, grease and oil mills; breweries; waste recycling; etc.